Jim Rubens Blame Brussels Attack on Hillary Clinton

Jim Rubens, who is the Republican U.S. Senate candidate in the New Hampshire, stated that for the Tuesday’s terrorist attacks in Brussels, Hillary Clinton is to be blamed, and that it was a direct result of policies that were put in place while Ms. Clinton was secretary of state.

“Against the unambiguous prior warning by our military leaders, Ms. Clinton led charge on military intervention in Libya & funding, training, & arming rebel groups that became ISIS in Iraq & Syria,” said Jim Rubens in a statement.

“This failed strategy resulted in ISIS now being operational in 8 countries & has increased chaos throughout Middle East. The strategy is a direct cause of this morning’s horror in Belgium,” he added.

ISIS claimed the accountability for Tuesday’s attacks in Belgium that had left dozens of people dead & around 200 people wounded.

On September 13, Mr. Rubens is challenging Senator Kelly Ayotte in GOP. The winner will face Maggie Hassan, the Democratic Gov.

Jim Rubens also recently told the New Hampshire Sunday News that though he had backed Sen. Kelly Ayotte in 2010, he’s been disappointed with some of her positions.

“Last month, I heard the New Hampshire voters’ landslide message,” said the New Hemisphere’s US Senate Candidate. “It is time to dethrone the corrupt establishment and it is time to end bought-&-paid-for politics & make Washington work again for Americans, “added Rubens

Jim Rubens ran unsuccessfully against Scott Brown for GOP’s Senate nomination 2 years ago. Scott Brown went on to lose to Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen.

Senator Ted Cruz, the GOP presidential candidate, on Tuesday morning held a press conference & he went after President Obama for refusing to recognize that what he saw was the origin of the problem.

“We need a president who sets aside the political correctness,” said Ted Cruz. “In wake of Brussels, we do not need another lecture from President Barrack Obama on Islamophobia, we need a commander in chief,” he added.

Ted Cruz also called on the authorities to “patrol & secure” the Muslim communities in US though later on the same day Cruz insisted that he did not mean that people should be “targeting the Muslims.”